French producer Alan Braxe, otherwise known as one-third of Stardust, has a new four-track EP on the way.
Titled 'The Ascent', it features a track called 'Words' which takes in what a press release describes as "resonant words" contributed by the music journalist Ryan Diduck. Braxe got in touch with Diduck after reading a 20th anniversary piece that the latter wrote on Stardust's classic track, 'Music Sounds Better With You'.
Last year, we reported that Stardust were to re-master their 1998 French house classic ‘Music Sounds Better With You’ for a 20th-anniversary reissue. The release date has now been confirmed, with the classic re-master set to land via Because Music on Friday 28th June.
The ‘Music Sounds Better With You’ 20th-anniversary reissue will be available as a 12" vinyl, as well as the track being made available on digital platforms for the first time.
Stardust have reformed to re-master their 1998 French house classic ‘Music Sounds Better With You’.
The track, the brainchild of Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter, producer Alan Braxe and vocalist Benjamin Diamond, is arguably one of the most recognisable house tracks of the past two decades and has served as a hallmark of the french house canon. Now, in honour of it’s 20th birthday, Braxe has announced that the trio have reformed to re-master and re-release the anthemic cut.